DNA Paternity Test
Discreet, Safe and Accurate Testing
We use a non-invasive, pain-free DNA collection method for paternity testing and DNA analysis. Using the latest technology, a buccal cell sample taken from the inside of the mouth is now the newest and most recommended method for sample collection. A buccal cell sample can be collected quickly, painlessly and discreetly using the home collection kit.
How to Read a DNA Test Report
Conclusions: There are two possible outcomes in a DNA paternity test:
1. Paternity Exclusion. A paternity exclusion indicates that the tested man is not the true biological father of the child. A report which states a paternity exclusion will show a minimum of two exclusions at two different genetic loci. When a paternity exclusion is indicated, the probability of paternity is 0%.
2. Paternity Inclusion. If the report states that the tested man is not excluded as the biological father of the tested child, a combined paternity index is indicated. A combined paternity index of greater than 100 is accepted to establish 99.0% probability of paternity. An index greater than 1000 indicates that the probability of paternity is greater than 99.9%.
Our laboratory processes your sample using the most advanced technology in DNA testing today. Our testing laboratory is accredited by both the International Standards Organization (ISO) and the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB) for chain-of-custody legal testing. These accreditations provide full guarantee of accurate, straightforward, and reliable results.
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What if the parties to be tested live in different cities?
If the parties to be tested living different cities or different countries, the kit can be split and sent to each individual separately. The kits are individually barcode labelled so once the samples arrive back at the laboratory, they will be tested together. To order a split kit, please write the following into the comments box of the online order form when you place the order “Please split kit. Please send father’s portion of the kit to: (father’s name and address), and please send the child’s portion of the kit to: (child’s name and address).”